Kick off 2015 with science music!

It’s been some time since I have heard some great science music. Science is great and we can geek out the entire day listing all the facts that make science great. It is great that the US has guys like Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson or Bill Nye. The video from above has been created […]

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Lakes that explode? Almost: they erupt

Lake Nyos, from Cameroun, released 80 million cubic meters of carbon dioxide gas in its surroundings with a speed of 50 kmph and suffocating everything within a 25 km radius. That is tough. Since then the researchers have found several such lakes that erupt and all of them are in Africa. These lake eruptions are […]

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Why do atoms make bonds?

Not because they’re in love with each other, of course. Or are they? Maybe. Atoms form bonds because the outer most electrons, the valence electrons, are attracted to nearby atoms. When they get close enough the electrons are shared between the two atoms and the shells of the atoms fuse together. When an electron is […]

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Build an $1000 gaming pc with help from Linus

Linus explains how you can build a $1000 gaming pc using only AMD parts. The gist? You can play video games on a 4K monitor with those specs. Pretty impressive, eh? What did he choose? You can see the list in here and, because I’m lazy as always, I’ll just copy those specs and links […]

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End 2014 with a big… bang

Yep, some guys know what fun means and thus they blew up a broken truck in an area where nobody is allowed to go into: an explosives test area. They simply rigged a truck with explosives and then filmed it form a host of different angles. Fun to watch, but scary to see.

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Worlds smallest Christmas Tree has 42 atoms

The guys at Sixty Symbols explain how you can create the smallest Christmass Tree with only 42 atoms. Professor Moriarty uses a scanning electron microscope to rip atoms off of a crystaline structure and thus build the smallest Christmas Tree ever. Some guys know how to get fun and science together in one place, for […]

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Tech tips: how to save time the geeky way

David Pogue, tech columnist, knows many things about tech and he also knows that time is a limited resource. This is why he created a list of 10 tech tips to make you win some more time while you’re doing your job. Here are those 10 tech tips to increase speed: – press Space bar […]

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Twinkle, twinkle, little star – the astronomically correct version by Minute Physics

Twinkle, twinkle little star is a great song for kids and now it has a correct, validated, approach to it. Astronomically speaking, this twinkle song has all it needs to make it comprehensible and fun and educative. What do you want more? It is true that many won;’t understand what adaptive optics is, but they […]

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Check out this HUGE list of things otherwise paranormal, pseudoscientific or religious and quack

And here it is: the list of things that are not scientific and the concepts they flaot around. Note to the reader: the world is abound with soo many bad concepts, beliefs, lies like quakery, pseudoscience, paranormal and you name it. The entire list of quack things is segregated in five big categories: conspiracy, quackery, […]

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Use portals to be #1 at basketball

Two guys wanna play basketball is the geekiest way possible. How do they do this? Using portals, of course. Just create some holes around you like crazy and then simply through the ball in them. Hit the score like it’s nobody’s business. The crazy FX are done by Corridor Digital and these guys have gathered […]

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